The relationship of historic city form and contemporary greenway implementation: a comparison of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA) and Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)

  title={The relationship of historic city form and contemporary greenway implementation: a comparison of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA) and Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)},
  author={Donna L. Erickson},
  journal={Landscape and Urban Planning},
  • D. Erickson
  • Published 30 May 2004
  • Political Science
  • Landscape and Urban Planning

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